Businesses registered for VAT in Norway need to ensure they have appropriate digital processes in place before the new year begins. Norway is replacing manual VAT returns with electronic VAT returns from 1 January 2022. Businesses will manage Norway’s new
April 1 2020, was meant to be the date that HMRC launched phase II of making Tax Digital across the UK. However, due to COVID-19, they have made the decision to postpone the rollout by one year to April 1 2021.
The Portuguese Tax & Customs Authority (PTA) have announced the buying or selling cryptocurrency in Portugal is a tax-free transaction.
Despite daily updates from HMRC, a year and a half ‘phase-in’ period and a significant number of TV adverts promoting Making Tax Digital (MTD) compliant software, one in ten business have missed the MTD deadline and therefore filed non-compliantly.
The French Senate and the National Assembly have approved legislation which now means companies are liable for a 3% digital services tax when their digital revenue exceeds €750 million ($850m; £670m) worldwide and more than €25 million being generated through French revenue.
The technology giant is never far from the headlines, albeit good and bad. After surviving several scares in the UK; being ‘banned’ from operating in London and mass black-cab protests to name a few, but this weeks news maybe it’s most damaging.
Since 2015, businesses who have made B2C supplies of broadcasting, telecommunications and e-services (“BTE”) to EU based consumers have been required to charge VAT according to the member state where the supply is made.